COVID-19 UPDATE FROM SUNESTA!

COVID-19 Update from Sunesta

As always, the safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. Our manufacturing facility is open, and we will continue operations for as long as we are safely able to do so. We are strictly following all CDC and local health authority guidelines to help limit the spread of COVID-19, both at our facilities and with our customers.

For homeowners who have already scheduled an appointment, or for those wishing to schedule a free estimate, we will work with you to accommodate your needs in the safest manner possible. We are available to receive your phone calls, schedule appointments, and provide estimates in a safe manner using CDC recommended guidelines.

If you currently have an appointment and would prefer to postpone or reschedule, please let us know and we will be happy to make appropriate arrangements.

Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to make sure your comfort and safety are our top priority.

Getting Blown Away by the Blustery Northeast: How a Screen Can Help

As the winter season approaches, the holidays will soon blow in quicker than we realize or anticipate — as will the changing weather.

And cold isn’t the only thing to settle down upon the cities of the Northeast; rather, the wind, too, will heighten the feeling of frigid air and threaten to carry our outdoor comfort along with it.

But what if we told you that installing a screen at home could help?

Wind Speeds in the Northeast

While the Northeast’s hourly wind speed may feature seasonal variations each year, one thing remains consistent: the Northeastern region features no shortage of overall wind exposure.

For example, Boston, Massachusetts faces higher-than-average wind speeds, reaching an annual average up to 12.3 miles per hour.

And, reportedly, “the windier part of the year lasts for 6.5 months, from October 25 to May 8, with average wind speeds of more than 7.9 miles per hour. The windiest month of the year in [the Northeast] is March, with an average hourly wind speed of 9.7 miles per hour.”

Of course, with more wind comes more wind chill, making it increasingly difficult to keep warm during the winter.

The Solution That is a Screen

When one thinks of a screen, they may not immediately think of protection from the wind. After all, the woven mesh is designed to allow mild breezes to pass through, thereby keeping individuals cooler during the summer.

However, the opposite is also true for Northeastern residents.

The dense mesh designs of an outdoor screen actually serves to lessen the overall force of the wind’s impact. While the initial blow is absorbed by the material, the frame also helps to redirect wind streams down and away from the inhabitants.

What’s more, screens also act as a safe barrier should debris or loose materials be lifted and thrown by the wind during periods of higher weather activity.

Waving Off the Wind With Sunesta

Whether your goal is to enclose your patio, pergola, or other outdoor structure, the bottom line is that a screen is a multifunctional investment that can increase both your comfort and safety all throughout the year.

From blocking the wind in the winter to blocking the sun in the summer (or blocking prying eyes when you want privacy), Sunesta screens, especially, are designed to optimize your outdoor experience!

Custom-made, locally installed, and provided with the nation’s leading warranty, we guarantee nothing less than total satisfaction when you invest in a Sunesta screen.

Are you ready to get your FREE quote? Then reach out to our team today by calling 1-800-SUNESTA! We look forward to blowing you away with our state-of-the-art screen technology.